Interactive Street Art by Julien Conquentin
Graffiti and photography creatively blends together in a series Please Draw Me a Wall by French photographer Julien Conquentin. His curious and interactive street art rely on the interaction between people and their physical surroundings.
Interactive Street Art in Malaysia
One of the creative piece of work of Lithuanian artist, Ernest Zacharevic, is two life-size siblings taking a ride on the back of a mountain bike. Interestingly, the bike is actually real and is propped up against the wall.
Packaging Tape Art by Max Zorn
Amsterdam-based artist Max Zorn is known for his amazing packaging tape art. He creates stunning portraits using only packing tape and scalpel. His mind-blowing packaging tape portraits are hung over street lamps for the final effect, with multiple shades created through layers of tape strips.
3D Pac-Man Street Painting
Inspired by Arcade’s video game Pac-Man from the 80s, 3D street artist Leon Keer created this amazing 3D painting on the sidewalk in Venlo, Netherlands. Keer Said, “The 3D Pac-Man piece I made is to bring alive memories from the past. A recognizable theme always…